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Table Of Contents
Table of Contents Part 1: The Basic Building Blocks 1. Fundamental Concepts in Economics 2. Cost-Benefit Analysis and the Value of Life 3. Basic Game Theory: Games Between Two Players 4. Game Theory: Games Between Three or More Players Part 2: Markets and Government: A Recipe for Producing Wealth 5. Free Exchange: Individual and International Trade 6. The Market System: Functions, Structure, and Institutions Part 3: The Environment: Property Rights, Transactions Costs, and the Role of Government 7. The Nature of Pollution Problems 8. Government Policies to Regulate Pollution 9. Resource Depletion and Sustainability Part 4: Public Goods and the Public Sector 10. Public Goods and the Role of Government 11. Public Goods: Tackling Large Projects and Eminent Domain 12. The Volunteer's Dilemma: A Collective Inaction Problem 13. Voting: You Can’t Always Get What You Want Part 5: Health Care and Discrimination: Problems of Incomplete Information 14. The Economics of Health Insurance and Health Care 15. Segregation and Discrimination Part 6: Macroeconomics 16. Gross Domestic Product and the Wealth of Nations: An Introduction to the Macroeconomy 17. Unemployment 18. An Introduction to Money, Banks, and the Financial System 19. The Federal Reserve: Monetary Policy, Economic Activity, and Inflation 20. The Federal Government: Taxes, Spending, and Fiscal Policy 21. Income Inequality and the Redistribution of Income